Originally opened in April 2009, Tucker’s Point is palatial, opulent, and lavishly appointed—likely the reason Rosewood Hotels & Resorts took the helm of this east-end retreat in May 2011. The 88-room resort—a stately whitewashed manor house with island-inspired art and period antiques—oozes British colonial charm. The spacious guest rooms each have a harbor view balcony, hardwood furniture, and Egyptian linens. The 18-hole, Robert Rulewich-designed golf course is among the island’s best, as is its fine dining restaurant The Point, with one-of-a-kind murals depicting ports of the 1880s. Don’t miss the oceanfront splash pool for the kids or the 18-headed Silver TAG shower at the spa, since you won’t find either at any other resort in Bermuda.